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2020 GLCC & GLF Annual Membership Meetings

Cindy - October 27, 2020

The 2020 Great Lakes Cruising Club & the Great Lakes Foundation Annual General Membership Meetings will be a virtual meeting via Zoom on October 24, 2020 from 13:00 to 14:00 EST. You may use this link to register to attend. A copy of the Preliminary 2019 GLCC & GLF Annual General Membership Meetings minutes from 10/26/19 will be emailed to those that register to 'attend' along with the instructions to attend via Zoom. Note: All the steps MUST be completed to receive the AGMM information; (register, check out, review & submit order)

Port Captain Introductions: Thom Serafine

Cindy - July 30, 2020

     Let’s give a warm welcome to newly appointed Port Captain Thom Serafine for Monroe Harbor - Chicago, Ill. (M-37)! Thom grew up near the shore of Lake Ontario in Webster, N.Y., and later moved to Chicago, Ill., where he learned to sail as an adult. He has been sailing out of Belmont Harbor for over ten years and has done a bare boat charter in the British Virgin Islands with friends. In 2014, he bought SV Inspiration, a 1988 Pearson 31 MK2. After getting her seaworthy, he sailed her to Chicago (M-36) from Sturgeon Bay, Wis. (M-72.5). Please click here to read on!

Great Lakes Water Temperatures Reach Record Highs

Cindy - July 16, 2020

Have you been in the Great Lakes waters? Then you have probably noticed the warmer temperatures, notably this July. Great Lakes water temperatures have reached record highs. Jason Samenow of The Washington Post suggests that global warming is playing its role in increasing ecological imbalances such as blue-green algae and possible harm to marine life due to water temperatures changing so drastically. The Washington Post has put together a cohesive article that includes data and links that expound on this phenomenon. Click here to read it.

2020 August Lake Erie Rally

Cindy - July 9, 2020

This is a New GLCC Rally and will be hosted at the beautiful Geneva State Park Marina, Ohio (E-6.5) August 14–16, 2020. There is so much to see and do that we cannot list it all here. Click here to visit the Geoneva Marina website. The itinerary for this weekend is developed for you to see the Marina, Park, and Town with all the shops, restaurants, and attractions. Everything in town is within walking distance. It’s a short scenic walk from the marina to town. (Transportation is available to town if required.) Friday and Saturday evening meals and Saturday breakfast included in the event. Please click here to read more! **Please contact the Geneva Marina for availability of a slip PRIOR to registering to attend.**

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